Saturday, November 19, 2005


hi folks

here is a recent picture called Will You Please Wave Hello to La Mycelium for Me?

it is also tagged Good Caribou, Echo, and and Murasaki, for the Lady, not the color

aoi, I think, is what this one would be labeled.

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Posted by Zonk on Saturday November 19, @11:24PMfrom the in-case-you-need-to-make-your-own-universe dept.

No Fortune writes "Einstein called it 'Spooky action at a distance.' This article describes, in scientific layman's terms, how spooky action is created." From the article: "Normally the photons exit the crystal such that one is aligned in a horizontally (H) polarized light cone, the other aligned vertically (V). By adjusting the experiment, the horizontal and vertical light cones can be made to overlap. Even though the polarization of the individual photons is unknown, the nature of quantum mechanics demands they differ."

tags - technology, ivory, bill, tower


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excerpt from a recent Washington Post article. via technorati.

Phony Theory, False Conflict
'Intelligent Design' Foolishly Pits Evolution Against Faith

By Charles KrauthammerFriday, November 18, 2005; Page A23

Because every few years this country, in its infinite tolerance, insists on hearing yet another appeal of the Scopes monkey trial, I feel obliged to point out what would otherwise be superfluous: that the two greatest scientists in the history of our species were Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, and they were both religious. more...


tags: evolution, intelligent design, faith, religion, fuzzy searching, existence, ethics

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